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Masha and Her Friends Wooden Nesting Doll Puzzle

Illustrated by Suzy Ultman
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Play and learn with Masha and all of her friends through this delightfully interactive wooden puzzle.Each piece fits into a corresponding slot that mirrors the classic arrangement of Matryoshka dolls.After all the pieces are assemb...
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"[P]reschoolers not quite ready for a thinner-walled 3-D set of nesters can treat these as roughly as they wish while mixing, matching, and spinning out scenarios. . . . Sturdy stand-ins for the more traditional—and more fragile—folk toys."
—Kirkus Reviews 

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Play and learn with Masha and all of her friends through this delightfully interactive wooden puzzle.

Each piece fits into a corresponding slot that mirrors the classic arrangement of Matryoshka dolls.

After all the pieces are assembled, the result is a group of friends that can stand on their own.
  • Each sturdy piece displays a colorful doll on the front and adorable animals on the back
  • Pieces allow many unique character combinations
  • A durable and beautiful puzzle
This unique format reinforces early learning concepts like first words, counting, size, sequencing, and hand-eye coordination.

Masha and Her Friends Nesting Doll Puzzle offers a wonderful tactile quality that can last playtime after playtime.
  • Made with the youngest puzzlers in mind
  • This durable wooden puzzle is a keepsake perfect for play, early learning development, and display
  • Perfect go-to baby or toddler gift for baby showers, birthdays, holidays, and more
  • Add it the the shelf with puzzles like PlanToys Chicken Nesting, Lewo Wooden Rainbow Stacking Game, and Coogam Wooden Rainbow Stacker Nesting Puzzle Blocks
Format: Puzzles
Pages: 5
Size: 8 5/8 x 5 x 1
Publication Date: 10/20/2020
ISBN: 9781452181646
Suzy Ultman is an artist, doodler, designer, and crafter. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her family.

"[P]reschoolers not quite ready for a thinner-walled 3-D set of nesters can treat these as roughly as they wish while mixing, matching, and spinning out scenarios. . . . Sturdy stand-ins for the more traditional—and more fragile—folk toys."
—Kirkus Reviews